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#451 by klarana
Wed May 10, 2017 8:12 am
Hello, it's my first attempt to quit smoking after 10 years of 10 rolled cigarettes a day (approx.).

I quit smoking three days ago and I am determined to stay smoke free. I have some trouble with the nicotine withdrawal symptoms, though: I feel sick most of the time. I have the feeling in my mouth like I'm going to throw up, but I never do. The feeling is only in my mouth, not in my stomach.

How do I cope with that? Does anyone have any suggestions? I don't want to use any nicotine patches or anything similar.

Thank you!

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